[Educational Screen] "The film records the successful experiments in the resuscitation of life to dead animals, as conducted by Dr. S.S. Bryukhonenko at the Institute of Experimental Physiology and Therapy, Voronezh, U.S.S.R. According to the New York Times, the experiments are hailed by American biologists as promising a new epoch in medical science, 'bringing closer the day when operations now incompatible with life will be possible'."
Ken Smith sez: It's a fake! This film is a fake! It's ostensibily about a machine (it looks like a piston assembly out of a Model T) that miraculously brings dogs back to life that have been killed (or decapitated) -- but what it REALLY is is some sort of weird British/American WWII propaganda sop designed to make the Russians look intelligent(?). The dead dogs aren't really dead (at least, not those that are revived in this film) and the dismembered "live" dog's head isn't really dismembered (you can see it sticking through a cardboard backdrop). "After the experiment the dogs live for years, put on weight, and have families." Very weird.
blood (running out of a tube into a glass) dogs (drinking water) stopwatch
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